When adding or updating MailCheck, you will be asked to grant the addon some required permissions - the ones it needs to run. All permission levels are standardized by Google Chrome, which makes that a bit confusing: For instance, we only need to access a small portion of code on a small number of websites to manage the login process. But since there is no standard Chrome permission like "View a small portion of code on websites x, y and z", we have to use a greater one, which is "Read and modify all your data on your computer and the websites you visit".
In any case, we do not collect, analyze or store that data. We only
use it as required for running MailCheck.
Yes. MailCheck would not work without them. But we do not collect, analyze or store that data.
|Read and modify all your data on your computer and the websites you visit||We only need to parse small portion of code on a small number of websites:
|Show notifications||This allows MailCheck to show text notifications. We use it to notify you about incoming email.|
|Manage your apps, extensions, and themes||We need to check if other mail.com addons are installed, to make sure they work together with MailCheck. We do not check what other addons you have installed.|